ISLAMABAD: Terming Sarfraz Ahmed a match winner and team leader, leg-spin legend Abdul Qadir believes Pakistan under the wicket-keeper will do well in the Twenty20 series against West Indies.
Qadir wished good luck to the national side which will lock horns with the Carlos Brathwaite-captained squad in a three-match series starting in Dubai on Friday.25000onon
Commenting on Afridi, Qadir reckoned if the national selectors didn’t have the ex-T20 skipper in their plan sheets they should clearly convey the same to him beforehand.
Qadir insisted senior players like Shoaib Malik and others who perform once in a blue moon should be dropped permanently from the national team and instead promising youngsters should be given chances.
“If we somehow are to lose while having the [under-performing] seniors in the team then why not include youngsters and groom them for future,” underlined Qadir.